Denisa Neubarthová comes from a quite musical family. Her educational background and trajectory goes from the Teplice Conservatory to master class of Prof. Slavícková to Prague.
As a concert soloist she performs in several European metropolises. She has been very successful in many productions: i.e. Viennese Public Opera production in operetta ?Viennese Blood? (Johann Strauss) in the German Theatre in Munich.
She was invited as soloist for different orchestra-tours with compositions of B. Britten, A. Dvorak, G. Mahler, W.A.Mozart and A. Zemlinsky. She also performed Beethoven?s Ninth Symphony with world renowned artist René Kollo (1997 -Tonhalle in Zurich).
During 1999-2000 she interpreted the solo parts of Gustav Mahler Second and Third Symphony with the Hungarian Philharmonic Orchestra in Debrecen. In the summer of 2001 she got very good commendatory critique in the Swiss press, which stated: ?Czech mezzo-soprano is a big mistress in her domain?.
In October 2001 she was invited to Switzerland again, where she performed in two concerts in Fribourg and Gruyeres. Programm: Altrapsodie for alto, male choir and orchestra (Johannes Brahms).
Her repertoir contains oratorios and liturgy pieces too.
The Recital turned out to be her biggest passion: Along the years, she performed with conductor and pianist Hans Richter. And during 2003/04 - 2004/05 she was invited to several recitals in Germany and France and also to perform live three pieces from B. Britten and L. Janácek in a television network in France.
She currently performs in recitals in Germany, France and the Czech Republic.